The Oakham Historical Museum Inc. is a non-profit organization, whose purpose
is to preserve and protect as much of the Town of Oakham, Massachusetts' history
as possible. Its members, also known as the Oakham Historical Association,
regularly meet twice per month and are involved with various fund-raising activities,
as well as research of the town's past.
|508 882 3111
PO Box 236
Oakham, MA 01068
Oakham Historical Museum
1221 Old Turnpike Road, Oakham
Saturday, April 30, 2016 (rain date May 1)
1:00 pm - 5:00pm
spotlighting the return of the
The hearse, last seen at Oakham’s 200th Anniversary parade, will make its
first public appearance in more than 50 years! The Oakham Historical
Association is excited to celebrate the return of this historical treasure.
The hearse will be the main attraction on the front lawn of the Museum and
people can have their RIP picture taken next to this handsome vehicle for a
$5 donation to the Building Fund. Other activities, inside and outside of the
Museum, will include games suitable for all ages, face painting, raffle,
jar, prizes, and refreshments.
This event is free and open to the public.